If the challenge exists, so must the solution.
- Rona Mlnarik
The need for emergency food has hit a real crisis across New Mexico and the situation is getting worse for families, food banks, food pantries, and meal programs statewide because of covid19. Providers report 40-200% increases in families/individuals using services. Those numbers will grow as supply chain issues continue, joblessness increases, and economic downturn persists as leaders work to contain COVID-19.
This is an urgent call to action: Help address hunger and food insecurity in New Mexico. Share this message and find out how you can help! View this document put together by the Team at New Mexico First + Share New Mexico.